Police Respond To A Number of Crashes As Roads Get Slick in Fargo

North Dakota Highway Patrol also urging all motorists to travel with care.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — With some more fresh snow in the FM Metro the roads have become slick. Police in Fargo are asking drivers to slow down and increase the distance between vehicles. They responded to 11 crashes Saturday morning in a four and a half hour period. While the major roads have been plowed, a sheet of ice remains…

Moorhead Agrees To Pay Retainer Fee For Possible Mosquito Aerial Spraying

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead’s City Council has decided to put the company that does aerial spraying for mosquitoes on retainer. The fee to secure Airborne Custom Spraying of Halstad, Minnesota is $12,000. That money would count toward the spraying cost which runs around $28,000 per application if the city council decided to go ahead and spray later in the summer….

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy still throughout the community

Medical expert says vaccine priority could help prevent possible COVID-19 surge.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — As COVID-19 vaccines continue to be readily available throughout the Fargo-Moorhead metro, medical experts say there is still doubt when it comes to people receiving their vaccinations. Some of the areas with the most hesitancy include people within younger age groups as well as those who live in rural communities says Sanford Health’s Vice President Dr….

Fargo Public Middle Schools to Host Virtual Dance Party for FM Metro

Community members are invited to join the students by dancing and moving along to the songs.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo-Moorhead metro is encouraged to participate in a school dance party at 10 a.m. on Friday. Students from Ben Franklin, Carl Ben Eielson and Discovery Middle Schools have partnered with local radio station Y-94 to host a virtual Dance Party. At 10 a.m. three songs, The Church Clap, Cupid Shuffle and the Cha Cha Slide, will play on…

Ames Construction Gets Second Contract For FM Diversion Project Work

$59 million to build a flow control structure on the Wild Rice River

FARGO, N.D. — U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded its second contract for the $2.75 billion Red River diversion project. A $59 million project to build a flow control structure on the Wild Rice River will be built by Ames Construction out of Burnsville, Minnesota. The concrete structure with two gates will be located about 7 miles south of…